"11:27" Isn't Too Early For Daylight
Author: Justin Grome
"11:27", an album by artist Daylight remixed and remastered almost a dozen times to ensure the quality was best as it could possibly be. Daylight's "Swervin Through the Snow" starts out with a smooth jazzy flow with trumpets blaring in the background, then the hi-hats start hitting and you already know his bars are going to slaughter. It definitely wasn't something to expect at all. You initially think it's going to be a really soft and meaningful song, but always expect the unexpected with Daylight.
"Snapchat" which is the second song of the project, has a totally different vibe to it, hard hitter, trap lyrics, and overall the new style of rap which is currently very popular. Even with "Ion Party", you can tell from the Introduction song that his style and way he raps completely alters as you go through the album. No song has the same feel to it as the artist himself is very versatile has an adaptive perception. The album goes on and you realize it hits every area of music that his been popular within the last 20 years. The project itself is Rap and Hip-Hop, but some of the songs hit the early 2000's R&B type of vibe. Daylight's "11:27" covers 30 minutes of well-developed music.